In 1928, the Exeter News-Letter printed an eye-witness account of Fremont's July 4, 1861 Civil War riot, written by 77-year-old Alden F. Sanborn. After Fremont's loyal citizens raised a 150-foot "liberty-pole" at nearby Liberty Square and had run . . . — — Map (db m115811) HM
Buried here are prominent NH Gunsmiths John & Andrew Brown; Pioneer Surgeon Laura (Fellows) Noyes; Austin Wiggin founder & father of the 1960's all-girl Shagg's Band; 1940's Baltimore Colts football player Carmen Ragonese; Politicians Stephen A. . . . — — Map (db m115817) HM
Historic Black Rocks Village
Settled in the 1720's this section of Poplin, (now Fremont) between Scribner Road & Rowe's Gas Station at 225 Main Street, gradually grew into a thriving settlement called "Black Rocks . . . — — Map (db m115780) HM
This old Inn/Tavern is one of the most historic landmarks in Fremont.
The first Poplin (now Fremont) Town Meeting was held here at Lovering's Inn on August 27, 1764, as were many other Town Meetings.
The towns' name was changed from Poplin . . . — — Map (db m115814) HM
Local lumbermen illegally cut Mast Trees reserved for the King's Royal Navy.
When David Dunbar, Surveyor General, visited nearby Copyhold Mill to inspect fallen lumber, local citizens assembled, discharged firearms and convinced Dunbar to . . . — — Map (db m115793) HM
Built in 1800, this steepleless structure, originally unheated, was used for both town and church meetings.
This and a similar building in Rockingham, Vt., are the only two survivors of some 70 meeting houses with twin end "porches" . . . — — Map (db m115798) HM
The Cooperage was founded here in 1874 by Jonas Spaulding, Jr. After his death in 1900 his sons, two of whom became New Hampshire governors, served as company officers; Stephen Frost, who bought into the firm in 1893, served as manager. Rebuilt . . . — — Map (db m115800) HM